Entries by m16Dev


The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the vaccine-or-testing rule for private businesses with at least 100 employees, but allowed to take effect the vaccine policy rolled out in November by the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, which sought to require the Covid-19 vaccine for certain health care workers […]

OSHA Ends Healthcare ETS

On December 27, OSHA announced it is allowing its Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) for healthcare facilities to sunset but that it would continue to work on a permanent standard for COVID-related hazards.  OSHA formally withdrew the non-recordkeeping portions of the ETS, but the recordkeeping requirements for employers covered under a separate rule which require them […]

The I.R.S. is warning of a messy tax season.

WASHINGTON — The federal tax filing season will run from Jan. 24 to April 18 this year, the Internal Revenue Service said on Monday, warning in its announcement that staffing shortages and paperwork backlogs could make for a messy and frustrating experience for taxpayers. In a briefing on Monday, Treasury Department officials said that the […]

5 Reasons Why Your Business Should Consider a PEO [And What a PEO is]

In this post we will discuss the advantages of using a PEO and how it can help your business.  According to NAPEO, 15% of small-to-mid-sized companies utilize this servicea and businesses that use a PEO are 50% less likely to go out of business.b  Read below and find out why!

Georgia Judge Blocks Contractor Vaccine Mandate Nationwide

A Georgia federal judge on Tuesday issued a nationwide injunction blocking the COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors from going into effect, ruling the administration had likely exceeded its procurement authority. Although the COVID-19 pandemic has wrought a “tragic toll,” the government cannot act outside its lawful authority even “in pursuit of desirable ends,” U.S […]